You heard the noises last fall. May even had a couple bats make their way into the living part of your home. Now is the time to contact Critter Control for bat removal. It’s something that we don’t like to think about, but if you are seeing or hearing bats get informed to address the problem.
Getting rid of bats can be tricky. As bats are so small, they can squeeze through tiny holes (only 3/8 inch wide!), typically entering through vents, end construction gaps, overhangs or eaves, causing a number of different bat problems. People also get bats in house through open windows and chimneys.
Once inside, bats will continue living within a building for years, until bat control, bat trapping and bat removal is implemented. If there are multiple bats within a building, this indicates a colony and a major bat problem. Typical bat damage is urine stains and the collection of droppings. The most common complaint from people with bat in house is the noise: the scratching and crawling in attics and within walls, and their squeaking habits.
Critter Control bat removal implements proper bat control and bat removal methods when getting rid of bats in house in order to ensure the safety of you and your loved ones. Only a small percentage of bats carry rabies (less that 1%) but another bat problem is that they are also commonly the cause of a disease called Histoplasmosis, a fungus that can grow within bat droppings (guano).